, Â·" pEasts Strike fe Spreads to |AF ; FaciIi^ , "\ ' COCOA, Fla. UPi_After shut ;'.'. ting down tight the top-up w j ^ - A I r Force guided. missile cente ;Â· on Cape Canaveral, a strike b) the Teamsters Union Tuesda; : spread to Patrick Air Force Base near here. Union official aald 2,000 men stopped work on construction projects at the two . Installations. Col. K. E. Klrkpatrlck. din trlct engineer, Corps of Engl ' necrs at Jacksonville. Fla., isald the walkout "clewed down tight 1 the J83.000.000 center off Florl da's east coast near here. 1 MOST OF THE men who left their Jobs were employed In con- utructlon of buildings at the center and at the post. None ol their work dealt with the guided ,' Â· missile program Itself, the union Â· ' laid. The 500 Teamsters Involved Â· are driven, helpers and ware; housemen, said J. W. (Woody) . Â· Hughes, president of T a m p a Local 79. . . According to " Hughes, Â·'' the walkout was called after the union failed to win recognition Â· aa a bargaining agent for the men. O - t h e r craft workers walked out In sympathy. - , , , Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· Â·' * x CORDON DUNCAN of the federal Conciliation and Mediation Service at Jacksonville, said he had tried without success to INDEPENDENT-Page A. iMlh. Mlf* WW, Â»Uy II, 1*1 FIRST DESTROYER ENTERS DREDGED BASIN ' - ' ' USS ttupcrtus becomes first destroyer to use newly dredged harbor at Seal Bench Naval Ammunition and Net Depot Tuesday. Rupertus was followed shortly by another destroyer, USS George K. MacKenzle. Deepened harbor permits destroyers to pull alongside ammunition dock for direct loading and unloading. get the contractor! and union tn get together and talk over the question of recognition. MILWAUKEE. Win. IB.B--The deputy commander of the Army's Ballistic Missile Agency at Redstone Arsenal sold here Sliort Labor -^ Supply Seen |; 'or Decades:^ LOS ANGELES (UW--A New ork banking official Tuesday famed delegates to the 66th nnual convention of the Call ornla Bankers Assn. that the atlon faces a labor shortage nd Inflation during the next wo decades. The official. Edmund W, Tabell, of Walston and Co,,. New York, said a contributing factor to the labor shortage was an "Imbalance of age groups" In the country, Tabell said the Imbalance resulted from several factors. He listed these -as' the low birth rates of the d a r l c depression Â· UL..IUÂ«^ uia f\i MIJ jji i u i mil) ballistic mlislle production over to private Industry as soon as practicable. "We bring prime contractors and major sub-contractors from Industry Into the program to follow the development cycle closely and take over hardware production as soon as any degree of stability has been achieved, 1 Brie. Gen. J. A. Barclay said. He pointed out that the missile agency's contractors occupy offices In the agency and have access to laboratories and shops "so there Is a continuous, unÂ» hlb'ted exchange of information." ' : "By transferring the overall production task to Industry," Barclay added, "the Army frees its engineers and scientists to undertake new. work.". ..Â« . ., Elections 'BeoJ'.w First Fu/termoni;, PARRY SOUND, Ont. WÂ»~A fisherman hoped to be the first to reach a remote lake off Georgian Bay for the trout season opening after the long winter. He made It by riding a canoe and carrying It. and found an election campaign worker already had been there and nailed Â· poster on a tree. days of the 1930s, on one hand and the baby boom that started In 1942 and the longer life ex pectancy of the population 01 the other. . . * '* Â· Â· Â· Â· _ Â· ' ' "V IN ADDITION, he said, In creased numbers of persons are taking full-time or Â·part-time college training and a trend toward longer vacations, more holidays and a shorter work week has started. Tabell said the nation face) an Increasing shortage of raw materials that Can be alleviated by America taking the lead In promoting the rapid economic growth of the raw-material producing countries. "The rapid Industrialization of the countries that produce taw materials Is .the best Investment thff United States can ma,(fe,ln Its own economic ' fu- tint," he .added. , ,. ^ _^. v . : ANDERSON RORTHWICK, iresldent of the First National fruit and Savings Bank of 'San Jlego, was elected president of he association, succeeding Roy A. Brltt. of the Citizens Trust and Savings Bank, Los Angeles. Gus A. Walker, president the farmers and Merchants Bank of jong Beach, was elected chair. man of the executive council, Warships Use New Seal Beach Harbor The newly-dredged harbor at he Seal Beach Naval Amman!' tlon and Net Depot was used by destroyers . for , the , first time Tuesday. ; / The USS Rupertus. command' ed by Cmdr. Dan' Drain, entered Irst. The ship was'followed by he USS George. K. MacKenzie, commanded by Cmdr, J. W, Newland. CapL R. H. Woodfln, commander of Destroyer Dlvl- lon 32, was aboard the USS Rupertus. The destroyer* were the first ships of their size tn tie up to|| he ammunition loading dock at :he depot for direct handling of immunltlon. Before the dredg- ng, destroyers had to remain at mchoruge three miles away. The ammunition was transported by lighter from the dock. A TOTAL OP I,d50,000 cubic rards of sand was dredged from .he harbor In the eight-month project. About 80 ,ier cent of the sand wai dumped on the beach front at wave-battered Siirfslde Colony, extending the beach there 100 yards. The re. malnder went to Seal Beach. The project, which Included building the l.OOO.foot loading dock, cost $800,000. . .,.. . 'Officials said the new harbor now can handle the Navy's largest destroyers. This will cut down ammunition cartage by about 70 per.cent. Manslaughter. Dropped for r No Evidence 7 A misdemeanor manslaughter charge against Stewart Kenneth Marsh. M, of 4311 TolbertAve., was dlsmlwed for lack of evidence by Municipal Judge Martin DeVrles Tuesday. Marsh, however, was convict' ed of reckless driving, He was fined $158.. . Â· Marsh was arrested March 6 after a collision of HIM St. and Atlantic Ave. Harold Esbon Stewart. 50, of 316 W. Hill St., suffered fatal Injuries In the crash. Board OKs Pay Hikes in County - LOS ANGELES (CNS)--Pay raises totaling $9,682.754 yearly (or 31,819 county employes were voted Tuesday by the Board of SupcrvUon, who left the door open for additional Increases to eliminate "Inequities." Tho board Instructed County Counsel Harold W, Kennedy to draw up an ordinance In line with recommendations for an average 3',4-pcr cent snlary booÂ«t proposed by County Manager Arthur J. Will. The Supervisors nt the same time ordered more study of appeals made by about 30 per cent of the county's work force for higher pay than WHS rec ommended by Will's staff. *-,. 7,000 Pigs Lost: to Swine Fever - BELFAST. Northern Ireland (UEI--More than 7,000 plgj worth $70,000 have been destroyed In the last six months n Northern Ireland due to out' breaks of swine fever, It was announced Tuesday, There have been 30. outbreaks f the disease since the first 'as reported last July. An Agriculture Ministry spokesman laid movement of all pigs may Â« stopped unless the disease Is checked. I FIT FOR ACTION ! You'll like the way LEVI'S ridi your hips ind hug your l(Â£i-jive you reil comfort in ictlon. You'll lib thÂ« wiy LEVI'S weir, loo - lor they're cut from XX denim ; the world's heivlist-ind reinforced with Copper Rivets it striin points. Â·Â·, GetLEVI'S-nowl LiVIS tMHKi'f nmir oviuu tilt RtDTAR A, IF PROGRAMS OBJECTIONABLE Drive Suggesied .. . -,..*. ... on -- .. . CINCINNATI WT-- The Na- tlonil Congress of Parents and Teachen urged Its members Tuesday to go to the federal government with complaints about objectionable radio and TV programs. In n policy statement, the NCPT action committee on comics, motion pictures, radio and television.said that the committee "will not act as a censor or an appraisal agency. Â· However, It said, it will "encourage and assist Individuals and organizations, particularly Parent-Teacher Associations, to appraise the offerings" of publishers and broadcasters accord- Ing to a set of "suggested gu|des" In use since 1954 and to follow up on unfavorable findings, ,, ,.'Â·Â·' Â· Â· 1 Â· Â· Â» . ' . Â·Â· T H E POLICY Â· statement, Iwued .by Kenneth K. Oberholtzer, committee chairman, was released Â«t the NCPT convention here, Oberholtzer Is superintendent of , schools nt Denver. Recall Filed : . , on Officials of Ontario. , ONTARIO Uin-A notice.of Intention to seek, recall of Mayor C. E.-petersen and coun- cllmen Mike. Kelber and Sam|! 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